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with the markets. tyler's off today. simon hobbs is my partner for the hour from the nyse. a lot of pressure in this market today, simon. >> let kick off with the markets. the s & p falling for a third straight day. the nasdaq 100 breaking below its 50-day moving average. intel and certainly apple are weighing on tech he is today. commodities also on the move a big move on oil. full team coverage on cnbc. sharon epperson at the nynex and rick santelli just off camera with breaking news on the bond markets. let's begin with bob here. big move on tech and discretionary. >> 3-1 declining advancing stocks on the flat line until 10:30 or so when the your row, yes the your row, started breaking to the lows of day, euro down, dollars moved up, our market, moved down, this is what happened, prior to 11:00 eastern time. look at the s & p 500. you can see we were not far from the flat line and just drifted right down as the euro hit the lows for the day. elsewhere sectors, you know what is going on with apple, down four days in a row down more than 10% from the recent high, that was september 5th. the
superstars. >> she is a superstar. >> simon stands a hell of a chance. >> simon said britney was a mean judge. simon said that. listen, how many times you got to know it ain't what simon says. simon's just saying whatever he got to say to throw people off because he the mean judge. you know simon the mean judge. britney ain't mean. she's just tough. >> i made my decision. >> reporter: for the freshmen judges deciding who stays and who goes is much tougher than they would have guessed. >> we're just watching people just one by one walk away. >> that's probably the hardest and the good facts are things that the first four are going to stay and we're going to do a really good job. >> it's not an easy job having to tell somebody that they don't have what it takes to go to the next round and i also want to make sure i'm right. i couldn't want to pick somebody that lets me down or let somebody go that was really talented. >> sometimes i have to make some really, really tough decisions. >> reporter: in hollywood adam housely, fox news. >> thanks for staying up late with us. here's brian now with t
is always on the money, my partner for the hour, simon hobbs is down at the nyse. >> down here on the floor of the nyse, we were hovering around the flat line for much of the morning but the starts have started to take a leg down. we are off our lows. we were down about 63 points on the dow. we've traded slightly higher, just currently down 22 as you can see. good gdp data coming out today but those earnings, not least apple last night, failing to give the bulls enough courage really to drive the market higher. we will see how we fare during the course of the next 60 minutes, sue. back to you. >>> as you just mentioned, positive news on the economy ahead of the elections. u.s. gdp growing faster than expected. it looks like consumers are hanging in there. but corporations are still sitting on the sidelines. our steve leisman is here to break down the data and look at what it all means for the economy ahead. >> we saw from the data this morning a split economy with consumer growth hanging in there. we saw that also with this morning's confidence numbers. business investment though is flat to
. >>> coming up, howard dean and simone campbell will join me on mitt romney's latest statements about how easy it is to stay healthy without health insurance. >>> and in the "rewrite" what the west wing taught the presidential debate commission of how we need to rewrite the rules of presidential debates. >>> and later, the borat of the iowa caucuses. an actor who tricked the candidates in to sharing real moments with her. that's coming up. many people are struggling with issues related to mental health. by earning a degree in the field of counseling or psychology from capella university, you'll have the knowledge to make a difference in the lives of others. let's get started at capella.edu. tomato, obviously. haha. there's more than that though, there's a kick to it. wahlalalalallala! smooth, but crisp. it's kind of like drinking a food that's a drink, or a drink that's a food, woooooh! [ male announcer ] taste it and describe the indescribable. could've had a v8. most paints have color that sits on the surface. but nothing beats benjamin moore's color lock technology that locks color right in
at seaside heights. simon hobbs is in for sue herera today. >>> but first, to the aftermath of the storm and president obama's visit to the new jersey coastline. kayla tausche is live in atlantic city. kayla? >> reporter: hi, tyler. we just saw air force one fly right over us and headed likely toward the atlantic city airport. we have tons of residents in atlantic city who turned out very excited, very rambunctious to seat president. it is the first day of sun after days of wind and rain and of course the wreckage of sandy here is evident as a place that used to be home to more of a residential part of the boardwalk. residents would fish off of it and stroll here. not so much the business part of the boardwalk but the wreckage you're seeing here, nonetheless. here in atlantic city the cleanup is just in its early, early stages. some residents who chose to stay behind getting power. i spoke to one resident today who finally got power, got a pump to his basement and started trying to pump out water that had flooded his basement. he was moved to tears when he started talking about watching
later. first though, simon's at the nyse. >> the vulnerability of technology locks outside apple during the earnings season is large today. losses of just over 5% on ibm. intel down over 3%. we're finding it difficult to get traction despite the fact that most sectors are in positive territory. still broadly we are creeping back to those record highs. take a look at the board. the dow about 620 points, or 4.5% from its october 2007 peak. the s&p about 100 points off its october 2007 peak. about 6.5%. we're five years older and almost back to where we were. >> all right. it is the day after debate -- i take my pen out of my mouth -- debate number two. the president and governor romney both back on the campaign trail. there are just 20 days to go now before election day. president obama in mt. vernon, iowa at this hour. governor romney down in my home state, in chesapeake, virginia. john harwood is here with us. where do the candidates stand now, john? what are they doing, how are they spinning it? >> they're both out on battleground states. both where barack obama has a slight lead over
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growth you are trying to push a deal with simon properties. >> let me explain, general growth has been a good investment and we actually started off with brookfield as a partner and they've been a good partner to date. the problem is that they're pursuing their own agenda to get control of the country. >> let's set the table for a second. >> please. >> there's three companies here. there's general properties, general growth. >> mall company. >> there's simon. >> yep. >> and then there's -- >> brookfield, big shareholder. >> you're worried about brookfield taking over the company. >> correct. >> that's one of your worries. >> without paying a premium. >> and at the same time you're trying to push a deal with simon and unclear whether simon wants to buy the company. >> no, it is clear. >> it is clear? >> yes. >> even though recently they came out and said they don't want to buy the company. >> sure that's what they always say. >> the oldest story in the book, the question of price. >> it's always a question of price. >> so let me lay it out for you. board has a duty to its shareholders t
rival's skates before a big competition. he says his coach urged him to do it. we'll talk with simon cho in an exclusive interview in just a few minutes. >>> and are chris brown and rihanna back together? hear what folks are saying about their possible reconciliation three years after brown brutally attacked rihanna. >>> and then we're going to switch gears and tell you about a legal reprieve for some high school cheer leaders in texas. the small town squad was tackling a big issue in school involving football and religion. we'll tell you what it's all about. >>> we want to begin this half-hour with the race for the white house. we are talking one month now until election day. both president obama and his republican challenger governor mitt romney are using friday's jobs report to bolster their campaign arguments. mike viqueira is at the white house. >> reporter: it is a huge number, it's good news for the unemployed, good political news for the president, but at least some people think the news is a little bit too good to be true. campaigning in ohio, the president seized on the new num
for a video. megyn: simon, the use of the phrase "no acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this great nation" on the heels of an acknowledgment of 9/11 and having gone to arlington cemetery is not necessarily synonymous with the president proclaiming what what happened n benghazi as a terrorist act. do you take it now as such? >> i first want to say that i don't work for the government, and i don't have a security clearance, and there's an awful lot going on here that we're all trying to make sense of here, so i want to say that on the outset. let me read you what barack obama said the next day, which is he said: so i want all of you to know that we are going to bring those who killed our fellow americans to justice. i want people around the world to hear me. to those who will do us harm, no act of terror -- not no acts, but no act of terror -- will go unpunished. so i think that what is fair right now is what we know is this: in the days afterwards of this terrible act, this tragic act, we knew immediately that military means had been used. this was not like what happened in cairo wh
it. featured speakers include simon johnson, former chief economist with the imf, and karen petrou. this is just over an hour: >> thank you very much. i certainly hope and expect that this discussion will be as stimulating and exciting as the last panel. each of the panelists will speak for about ten minutes, and then we'll have an opportunity for colloquy among the panelists and then open for questions to the audience. we'll go in the following order, scheherazade will start us off, then anna will be second, simon third and karen fourth. so, scheherazade, please, kick us off. >> thank you. thank you, art. it's a pleasure to be here at she leaf's annual event. i will try not to put you too much into a gloomy mood. [laughter] if you're going to discuss the business of trying to predict what possibly is the next financial crisis, i think it's important to discuss the changing nature of these crises. thirty years ago we had what we now affectionately call the traditional type of crisis, only happened in emerging markets, and the contagion of this crisis was regional. so if brazil got
. get your best rest ever from sleep train. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >>> simon hobbs here to tell us what's coming up at 10:00. >> good morning to you carl. we'll look at whether the $10 same-day delivery from walmart makes it more like amazon. can you profit from that announcement? we'll look at yum!'s earnings, still potential there and you've doubled your money in home depot over the last 14 months. is now the time to take money off the table with home depot? that and more in the next hour of "squawk on the street." >> in the meantime "six in 60." dollar tree. >> i like this call my neptune dollar tree and south have never looked better. >> monster beverage. >> if you're going to put the calories on the sodas look out. this is not what i think the health care officials mentioned this, this is not good cardiac wise. >> morgan stanley downgrading barrick. >> the gold stocks are terrible. plain and simple good call. >> johnson controls downgrade. >> this stock is way too expensive. wouldn't surprise me if it went down to there. >> credit suisse recommended by imax. >>
decades have gone to the people at the very, very top. and as sister simone said, i don't think americans want to live this way. and they offer three choices and say, which one is the kind of society that you'd like to live in and most people chose the even more egalitarian setup. i think the issue is that people don't really understand how divided the society has become. >> chrystia, when you look at this graph, it shows that income inequality has grown. 275% gain in incomes since 1979. the bottom, watch this, the bottom 20% have had only 18% in income gains. is it that we are in denial or is it that we are just unaware because this happened so recently to us? >> well, i think we are in denial and i also think, look, there is a very powerful rhetorical machine which has made it its business to tell people that this isn't a problem. the other thing, which i think had a really, really big impact, was up until the crisis of 2008, the country was flooded with cheap consumer credit and so even as people lower down the income distribution, we're really getting hammered as long as they could bo
. >> she became famous for chasing -- , but now singer adele is now a mother. she and her boyfriend simon are ecstatic with a new baby boy. once again, the injury and bug has hit "dancing with the stars." >> melissa rosecroft suffered a head and neck injury during a fall in rehearsal. been released from the hospital. our partner posted a message on twitter last night if saying he was really concerned about air and that he did not know if they would be able to dance tonight. he asked the fans to keep them in their prayers. tonight's show starts at 8:00 on abc 7. >> the weekend box office had the fourth installment of paranormal activity, in the number one place. $31 million. in second place was ben affleck 's movie with $16 million. followed by a hotel transylvania. this is for you. bieber fever is coming he will be performing at the verizon center in november. >> we're giving you a chance to win two vip tickets. starting today we will give a daily clue during abc 7 news at 5:00. once you get a clue, go to our facebook page and enter the school. if we will give you a call each day this we
of their anti-poverty tour. i'll talk with sister simone campbell about that, and the presidential campaign, stay tuned. you're watching "the ed show" live from miami, florida. we're right back. . [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus liquid gels speeds relief to your worst cold symptoms plus has a decongestant for your stuffy nose. thanks. that's the cold truth! but with advair, i'm breathing better. so now i can be in the scene. advair is clinically proven to help significantly improve lung function. unlike most copd medications, advair contains both an anti-inflammatory and a long-acting bronchodilator working together to help improve your lung function all day. advair won't replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms and should not be used more than twice a day. people with copd taking advair may have a higher chance of pneumonia. advair may increase your risk of osteoporosis and some eye problems. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure before taking advair. if you're still having dif
of changing who pays for your health care." and simon rosenberg, president and founder of the new democrat network, also a former clinton campaign adviser. gentlemen, thanks so much for being here. steve, let me start with you. so places like sears and olive garden, red lobster, they're going to give their employees a chunk of change, and supposedly you can go out and buy your own insurance. is this a great idea or a horrible idea? [laughter] >> i actually kind of like the direction here of, basically, saying to workers you can shop around, you can buy the health care plan that really suits your need. so it's a kind of freedom of choice approach. now, the way this ties in, by the way, allison, to obama's health care plan that you were talking about a minute ago is that under obama's plan what you're seeing is a lot of employers are dropping their health care plans that they provided for years to their employers, and they're going to put those workers into what's called the health care exchange under obamacare. that's something that workers are resisting because it means they're not going t
members. for more on this i'm joined by reuters mexico city bureau chief simon gardner. simon, how high up the hierarchy chain is heriberto lazcano >> right up at the top. he is the leader of the glet as. he has been locked in a bitter battle with the second, if you like, in command of the zetas. much of the bloodshed we've been seeing in mexico in recent months have been due to that feud >> suarez: since the president of mexico in effect declared war on the drug cartels have they ever caught as big a fish as this one? >> he's the biggest fish they've caught so far. i mean this is a coups for called reason. calderon's drug strategy which was to go after the heads of the different drug cartels was criticized by some for having created fragmentation and a deep deepening of violence. yet he is to a certain extent been vindicated today. he said so himself on television. this afternoon. so, you know, for calderon's strategy, which actually hurt his party in recent presidential election and helped boost his opponent or the opponent of his party, he is now, you know, reaping the benefits of this.
an open questions to the audience. we'll go to the following order. sherazad and simon third and karen fourth. so kick us off. >> thank you. thank you, art. it is a pleasure to be here at cleaf's annual event. i will not hope not to put you too much into a gloomy mood. if you're trying to predict what is the next financial crisis, i think it is important to discuss the changing nature of these crises. 30 years ago, we had what we gnaw affection atly call the traditional type of crisis. only happens in emerging markets and contagion of these crisis was regional. so if brazil got hit, latin america got hit. effects in southeast asia were relatively safe. but in late 1995, sorry, 1994, early 1995, the world as we knew it changed. mexico crashed and something very strange happened. within three days markets in hong kong, india, hungary, poland crashed. we weren't expecting this and we most certainly did not understand what transmission mechanism was in place that was causing world emerging markets to crash just because americas cocrashed. you know when economists can't understand something
and that result. joining me now, simon rosenberg, a former clinton campaign adds advisor and ben ferguson. when the president claimed he said it was terror at the town hall debate, that he said that september 12, now we see the information coming in in realtime about the 20 guys and how the ambassador was locked in the safe room and we know how it wound up. that was the first question i wondered was if he night was terror. there is no question he knew four americans were dead. but he knew it was terror. was it appropriate for him to go to vegas on the first, you know, the first time he acknowledges we had a terror attack on his watch? >> well, clearly he did because he went. we are at the very ends of this campaign. i'm sure that was not an easy decision to make. but it also was over. it was handled. we had people in place managing this for him. this is a large government. we have a large military intelligence apparatus. i think they made the decision it had ended it had been settled, we were starting to get information coming in and he didn't change his public or private schedule that day. pre
that is a "bs-er." that is my own cleanup version. he goes onto say that he can tell. simon rosenberg, president and founder of think tank organization and former adviser to president clinton, and mark easton, a fellow at the cato institute. i know people talk like this about things behind closed doors. i am not dramatically from the president of the united states. this isn't battleship president, governor romney, and oh, he is a "bs-er." he said that rolling stone magazine. is it appropriate, simon? >> i don't think it is any mystery that this is a brutal campaign, megyn. people are fighting hard for what they believe. i think this is normal and look at what barack obama has been called. he has been called a socialist, people have said he didn't have a birth certificate and wasn't born here, the attacks have been unprecedented in some ways. they have been said about him. this is a rough business these days, and i think that we are seeing it in the final days of the campaign. megyn: i think a lot of them will say bring it on. it's the presidency on the line. >> he has a lot of people he needs to
of the luxury of time and my publisher, simon & schuster, i declined to get the meeting notes to get the exact detail to interview president obama and speaker boehner and the key players in this. i just want to take one quick snapshot from what happened that we didn't know about, which is critical. when the cops pull up less when the president was upset, he called the congressional leaders on a saturday morning at 11:00 o'clock a.m. the democratic and republican leaders were trying to work out their own deal. harry reid, the democratic leader, said to the president, mr. president, could you please leave the room? i have covered presidents for four years. i know of no other time where the president was asked the meeting in his own house that he had called. i asked the president about this. i said how did it feel to be voted off the island in your own house. because that is what happened. he said that he was not going to stand on protocol, that the problem needed to be solved. but in the next day, he called democratic leaders to the white house from 6:00 o'clock on a sunday night. and harry reid
that we have talked about for 20 years. simon and shuster, who i have done all my books with, always wanted me to do, after i wrote a successful book on bodybuilding, they wanted me to do the autobiography. in the '90s i was doing two, three movies a year and i was too busy to do that. i also think my story isn't interesting enough, but after the governorship, i felt like it is an interesting story and this was before the scandal ever came out, we started talking again with simon and shuster and kept going down that road, maybe i should after i'm finished with the governorship, sit down and write this autobiography and it was a difficult time to think back and to go back in my life because i always was a person that was going forward. dreams, vision, go after it, then the next one and the next one and so on. so i did it. i thought that now with the governorship, it's an interesting story, but at the same time, there is the scandal. so there was now a choice that i had to make, do i want to make this a book about the success story of my life or do i want to go and really writaboumy fa
day. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >>> let's get to simon hobbs and see what's coming up. >> good morning, krarlcarl. the ceo of car max will be weighing in on the presidential debate last night. we'll look at same-store sales. kohl's taking it on the chin today in the wake of their falls in sales. and also matt lauer on the "today" show this morning asked mark zuckerberg a very simple question, why around you killing it financially? we'll talk about facebook and play that footage. back to you guys. >> even used the words "killing it." thanks. time for "6 in 60." we'll begin with ryder system upgrade. >> crucial trapt. we need this one higher. i like it. >> holey frontier downgraded at ubs. >> i think it's nuts. we have a big glut of oil. they're a win. >> you had eric wiseman on "mad" last night. >> he's saying, look, christmas shopping is going to be good, great. >> fedex, rbc, cautious. >> i'm a buyer, not a seller. >> cowan like safeway. >> good luck with that. i think this is a whole foods moment. >> and target's raised to bear. >> this is one of the greatest untold
there autographed by simon, by me, jim, david, melissa. did we give it to santelli and david? >> i think we did. >> we'll announce the winner later in our program. maybe it's you. best of luck, we think that pen, by the way is waterproof, but if it's not. >> that's why i signed it on the inside. >> i wasn't sure. i thought it would be safe. it's great. it's a collector's item, really. >> i hope they don't see it on ebay immediately. >> no bid. i like visa mastercard and i like paypal. >> all right. last night on "mad money," in case you didn't watch, he sent it to the shredder. get ready for cramer's mad dash and shoppers and investors, the president of sears and kmart will share his holiday season strategy for giving both stores a much-needed sales boost. >> take one more look at futures hanging on to an implied open about 60 points to the upside after the jobs number. we'll see if it lasts when "squawk on the street" comes back. er. who has 11 major brands to choose from? your ford dealer. who's offering a rebate? your ford dealer. who has the low price tire guarantee... affording peace of mi
strategist and fox news contributor and with us here in washington, simon rosenberg, the president of mdm a center left think tank. all right, simon, let's start with you. gergen, come pro-call and others -- tom brokaw and others joe biden looked a little silly the man was almost 70 years old acting like an eighth grader at the school yard trying to taunt the kid maybe not in the cool crowd. >> look, i think joe biden as you said did what he had to do last night. he was aggressive. he took on paul ryan and the republicans and their arguments in a way that barack obama frankly didn't do in the previous debate. he had energy and vigor which i think is what democrats were looking for. i think you saw joe biden last night maybe not everybody has seen joe biden over the years in debates and other places, but i felt that was the joe biden that i know. and i don't think there was any pretense. as he said, i mean what i say and i say what i mean. >> laura: middle class has been buried in the last four years. that helps the republicans. >> he had a good night. democrats are very happy. as you are
that there would be if the government had cuts of that kind. you had simone campbell on who pointed out that there's a study by bread for the world showing if you took the food stamp cuts, every church would have to come up with $50,000. most churches don't have that money. you shouldn't be cutting people off food stamps and expecting groups to pick up all that slack. >> ryan has said that 30% of americans want a welfare state. 30% of people are takers. how does he square those comments with this visit here? what was it all about? >> i think it's been clear for awhile, especially since the 47% video, that the republicans said whoops, where did that compassionate conservatism go. we better show we have a heart somehow because those comments are hurting us. they don't want to talk about budgets. they want to put out feel-good words and mitt romney offered some of those in the first debate. and they want to give us pictures that say we have big hearts. well, you can't make bricks without straw. show us what your priorities are. some of it should come from voluntarily contributions, but we built these
simon, chief political columnist for politico oonld jacky kucinich who writing politics. let's talk about candy crowley, did she insert herself too much as a moderator? >> not at all. she did exactly what she was supposed to do. why do they have journalists be moderators? why don't they have a time keep teller? they want to have a gloss of journalism so it doesn't look like reality tv, but they don't want journalists to really be journalists. they just want them to play journalists on tv. candy crowley was a journalist. she called out truth when truth needed to bo called out. she added perspective. she did what she was supposed to. do you could tell which campaign thinks it lost by who attacks the moderator most. >> i have observed that. should a moderator attempt to correct the record in realtime if he or she believes the candidate has said something wrong? >> i think absolutely. she called it for romney but also president obama. whoever's complaining at the end of the debate probably last. think candy did her job. some think she did that too much. in many ways town hall folks didn
whether or not to sue google. it's a lawsuit many say can't possibly add up. dan simon has the story. >> the top voice recognition software -- >> reporter: on a recent episode of "the good wife" a small software company took a giant search engine to court alleging it was being unfairly buried in search results. >> we dropped overnight, we dropped. now you have to flip through 28 pages of search results to find us. >> reporter: that mirrors some of the real life allegations against google. antitrust authorities here and in europe are investigating whether google manipulates its search results and puts its products higher or more prominently to the detriment of competitors. >> you've cooked it. you are always third. >> senator, senator, may i simply say that i can assure you we have not cooked anything. >> reporter: google's chairman eric schmidt faced tough questions last year while testifying in front of a senate subcommittee. >> -- seems to suggest it favors google products. is that true? >> as i said, first, i disagree with that characterization. what i said over and over again was
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